Voting Starts Today!

October 12, 2008

For Teen Read Week, that is.  You may not be able to vote for our next President, but here’s your chance to make your vote count.

Teens ages 12-18: Vote anytime this week, October 12-18, for your favorite titles from the Teen’s Top Ten nominations.  If you do, you’re eligible for a prize!  When you get to the end of the ballot, you’ll see what I mean.  It’s just a small token of our gratitude for voicing your choice.  So, click on that link below and vote right now!  For more info about Teen’s Top Ten, click here.


Teens’ Top Ten 2008 Book Review: Daemon Hall by Andrew Nance

June 23, 2008

Famous horror writer R.U. Tremblin (don’t you just love that name?) has sponsored a contest to find the next big horror writer. Five teens wrote scary stories and are finalists in the contest. All they have to do to win is stay one night with Tremblin in the ultra-creepy haunted house in their town. As the teens share their spooky winning stories, and Tremblin tells a few of his own, stranger and stranger things begin to happen. As the night goes on, people start to disappear, and the house has some horror stories of its own to share.

This thrilling story (and the stories within it) will keep you ‘Tremblin’ from start to finish – if you can finish it at all! Check it out… if you dare! (Cue the evil laugher.)

Daemon Hall is a nominee for the 2008 Teens’ Top Ten. To read more about the Teens’ Top Ten program, click here. To request this book from the library, click here. And don’t forget to place your vote during Teen Read Week, October 12-18, 2008.

Reviewed by Kathleen from East Regional Library.

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